Can you put a price on a perfect smile?
Many factors figure into the final cost of your dental implants, such as the cost of sedation, medications, and more. In addition, there are sometimes other procedures that need to be done before you can have dental implants placed, which contribute to your final cost.
To more deeply understand this, let’s take a look at some of the factors at play:
The Number Of Implants Needed:
You may require just one dental implant, two full arches of them, or anything in between. The charge for multiple implants is higher than the charge for a single implant, as you would expect. You’ll find that no matter how many you need, dental implants will do wonders for your smile and your quality of life.
In order to support dental implants, your jaws must have adequate bone mass. Missing and decayed teeth often lead to jaw decay, which can result in jawbone loss. We can rebuild your jawbone through a procedure called bone grafting, which involves introducing new bone into the decayed area. It isn’t necessary in all cases (this will be determined during your consultation) but it can contribute to the total cost of the procedure.
If you have any decayed teeth remaining in your mouth before you get a full-arch implant, we’ll need to remove them to make room, which will incur an additional cost.
There are so many factors at play dependent on the individual that it is impossible to give an accurate quote without first having a consultation with you to understand your needs. Be that as it may, we do offer financing to ensure that the smile of your dreams is within your reach.
When thinking about getting full-arch implants, it is less a price you are paying and more of an investment you are making to live without pain and reclaim your comfort and confidence now and for the rest of your life.
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